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Boise State Public Radio is committed to connecting our community through news, information, culture and connection – and events are an important part of that mission.

We host a variety of events featuring everything from classical music to journalism panels to in-air personality engagement over a coffee or beer.

Check out Boise State Public Radio Events below.

Want to know what else is happening in your area? Click here for our Community Calendar.

  • From social media pressure to increasing political polarization, teens today are facing higher rates of depression and anxiety. Idaho is seeing what some say is a mental health crisis for youth. But, what can you as a parent do to help your child navigate and connect? Join us for a vital conversation on teen mental health and be empowered with tools to better connect with your family and your community.
  • As part of our ongoing dedication to bring the very best of classical music to our audiences, Boise State Public Radio is proud to partner again with the Piatigorsky Foundation to bring their annual concert series to Idaho. The Piatigorsky Foundation strives to bring live classical music to non-traditional and often underserved audiences.
  • Every year around this time, thousands of people flock to Boise for the annual Treefort Music Fest, where you can hear hundreds of bands, do some yoga with goats and hear some fantastic stories by some amazing storytellers.
  • Come down to Boise Brewing for Another Round! You will meet Morning Edition host George Prentice and hear about what he calls, “the best/ hardest job in broadcasting” as well as how he talks to just about anyone about just about anything. Also, there is bound to be mention of movies somewhere along the way! Join us to unwind with a beverage after Valentine’s Day, we can’t wait to see you there.
  • Boise State Public Radio is sponsoring The Cabin's upcoming Readings & Conversations featuring NPR's Steve Inskeep and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.